The magnificent, Grade II Listed Chapel is without doubt the crowning glory of the premises and little-altered since it was opened in 1905.

There is an almost complete set of contemporary pews and a wide gallery on three sides, all under an elaborate hammer-beam roof.  The staircases to the galleries have fine cast-iron balustrades.

Interior from the rear gallery
  Interior viewed from the pulpit
Preparing for Sunday Service
  Close-up of pulpit
All the main windows have beautiful stained glass designs, and between the vestibules and the body of the chapel are several coloured-glass panels in subdued tints with elaborate leading in Art-Nouveau style.